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Ijeoma Nwabuzor Ogbonnaya’s works to build healthy environments for abuse victims.
Research Horizons: Ijeoma Nwabuzor Ogbonnaya’s work to build healthy environments for abuse victims
Joseph J. Sabia is the director of SDSU’s Center for Health Economics and Policy Studies.
SDSU Professor to Testify at Congressional Hearing on $15 Minimum Wage
Desforestation in the Amazonian state of Maranhão
Brazil Program Spawns NSF Grants for Environmental Research
Professor Yea-Wen Chen studies how people communicate about sensitive issues like politics or healthcare.
Research Horizons: Yea-Wen Chen’s Intercultural Communications Research
The SDSU team says toxic chemicals of tobacco smoke can be embedded in pillows. Non-smokers, especially children, can be exposed to toxic chemicals via contact with the polluted pillows.
Residual Tobacco Smoke Easily Pollutes New, Clean Materials
SDSU Center for Autism
Autism Center Answers Growing Need for Community Services
In a study of 4,500 children across the nation, a San Diego State University team found that 1.4 percent of U.S. children aged 9 and 10 had been diagnosed with an eating disorder.
New Research Findings on Eating Disorders Among Young Children
Lluvia Flores-Rentería
Research Horizons: Lluvia Flores-Rentería’s California Flora Research
Yasemin Turan, left, and student Audrey Niblock at the SDSU Student Research Symposium with Niblock
$4.5 Million in Federal Awards Acknowledge Faculty Expertise, Collaboration
NASA shuttle
NASA Awards Three Fellowships to Support SDSU Student Research
As part of the project, researchers are studying words children know across a variety of contexts at about age 2.
SDSU-Led Team Developing Instruments to Detect Language Problems Earlier
Rita Colwell
Former NSF Director: SDSU is a Model for Higher Education

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